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Lumiprobe Corporation是美国一家高品质生物技术公司,专业提供分子生物学研究用的活性荧光染料。从2006年开始,我公司生产并销售生命科学研究和诊断学应用的优质化学药品。我们的产品主要有:活性染料(Reactive Dye)和SYBR Green I 染料,用于寡核苷酸合成的亚磷酰胺,点击化学和其它试剂。大部分产品我们都有库存,可以随时发到世界各个地方。
产品主要应用:点击化学(Click Chemistry)、蛋白质组学研究中的双向荧光差异凝胶电泳(2D DIGE)和实时荧光定量PCR(Realtime PCR)。
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21360 Alkyne Amidite, hydroxyprolinol, 250 mg 65090 Cy7 carboxylic acid, 100 mg
41360 Alkyne Amidite, hydroxyprolinol, 1 g 15080 Cy7 maleimide, 1 mg
22260 Alkyne Phosphoramidite, 5'-terminal, 250 mg 25080 Cy7 maleimide, 5 mg
42260 Alkyne Phosphoramidite, 5'-terminal, 1 g 45080 Cy7 maleimide, 25 mg
62260 Alkyne Phosphoramidite, 5'-terminal, 5 g 55080 Cy7 maleimide, 50 mg
15040 Amino-11-ddUTP, 1 umol 65080 Cy7 maleimide, 100 mg
25040 Amino-11-ddUTP, 5 umol 15020 Cy7 NHS ester, 1 mg
45040 Amino-11-ddUTP, 25 umol 25020 Cy7 NHS ester, 5 mg
16040 Amino-11-dUTP, 1 umol 45020 Cy7 NHS ester, 25 mg
26040 Amino-11-dUTP, 5 umol 55020 Cy7 NHS ester, 50 mg
46040 Amino-11-dUTP, 25 umol 65020 Cy7 NHS ester, 100 mg
12050 Ascorbic acid, 10 mg 16030 Cy7.5 azide, 100 uL, 10 mM in DMS
33720 Azidobutyric acid NHS ester, 10 mg 36030 Cy7.5 azide, 500 uL, 10 mM in DMS
43720 Azidobutyric acid NHS ester, 25 mg 46030 Cy7.5 azide, 1 mL, 10 mM in DMSO
53720 Azidobutyric acid NHS ester, 50 mg A6030 Cy7.5 azide, 1 mg
21050 Copper(II)-TBTA complex, 10 mM in 55% aq. DMSO, 1.5 mL B6030 Cy7.5 azide, 5 mg
A1430 Coumarin 343 azide, 1 mg C6030 Cy7.5 azide, 10 mg
B1430 Coumarin 343 azide, 5 mg D6030 Cy7.5 azide, 25 mg
C1430 Coumarin 343 azide, 10 mg E6030 Cy7.5 azide, 50 mg
D1430 Coumarin 343 azide, 25 mg 16090 Cy7.5 carboxylic acid, 1 mg
E1430 Coumarin 343 azide, 50 mg 26090 Cy7.5 carboxylic acid, 5 mg
1A041 Cy2 NHS ester for 2D electrophoresis, 5 nmol 46090 Cy7.5 carboxylic acid, 25 mg
2A041 Cy2 NHS ester for 2D electrophoresis, 10 nmol 56090 Cy7.5 carboxylic acid, 50 mg
3A041 Cy2 NHS ester for 2D electrophoresis, 25 nmol 66090 Cy7.5 carboxylic acid, 100 mg
A10B0 Cy3 alkyne, 1 mg 16080 Cy7.5 maleimide, 1 mg
B10B0 Cy3 alkyne, 5 mg 26080 Cy7.5 maleimide, 5 mg
C10B0 Cy3 alkyne, 10 mg 46080 Cy7.5 maleimide, 25 mg
D10B0 Cy3 alkyne, 25 mg 56080 Cy7.5 maleimide, 50 mg
E10B0 Cy3 alkyne, 50 mg 66080 Cy7.5 maleimide, 100 mg
11030 Cy3 azide, 100 uL, 10 mM/DMSO 16020 Cy7.5 NHS ester, 1 mg
31030 Cy3 azide, 500 uL, 10 mM/DMSO 26020 Cy7.5 NHS ester, 5 mg
41030 Cy3 azide, 1 mL, 10 mM/DMSO 46020 Cy7.5 NHS ester, 25 mg
A1030 Cy3 azide, 1 mg 56020 Cy7.5 NHS ester, 50 mg
B1030 Cy3 azide, 5 mg 66020 Cy7.5 NHS ester, 100 mg
C1030 Cy3 azide, 10 mg 13050 DMF (dimethylformamide), labeling grade, 1 mL
D1030 Cy3 azide, 25 mg 23260 DMS(O)MT aminolink C6, 250 mg
E1030 Cy3 azide, 50 mg 43260 DMS(O)MT aminolink C6, 1 g
11090 Cy3 carboxylic acid, 1 mg 63260 DMS(O)MT aminolink C6, 5 g
21090 Cy3 carboxylic acid, 5 mg 14130 FAM azide, 5- isomer, 100 uL, 10 mM/DMSO
41090 Cy3 carboxylic acid, 25 mg 34130 FAM azide, 5- isomer, 500 uL, 10 mM/DMSO
51090 Cy3 carboxylic acid, 50 mg 44130 FAM azide, 5- isomer, 1 mL, 10 mM/DMSO
61090 Cy3 carboxylic acid, 100 mg A4130 FAM azide, 5- isomer, 1 mg
11080 Cy3 maleimide, 1 mg B4130 FAM azide, 5- isomer, 5 mg
21080 Cy3 maleimide, 5 mg C4130 FAM azide, 5- isomer, 10 mg
41080 Cy3 maleimide, 25 mg D4130 FAM azide, 5- isomer, 25 mg
51080 Cy3 maleimide, 50 mg E4130 FAM azide, 5- isomer, 50 mg
61080 Cy3 maleimide, 100 mg 15130 FAM azide, 6- isomer, 100 uL, 10 mM/DMSO
11020 Cy3 NHS ester, 1 mg 35130 FAM azide, 6- isomer, 500 uL, 10 mM/DMSO
21020 Cy3 NHS ester, 5 mg 45130 FAM azide, 6- isomer, 1 mL, 10 mM/DMSO
41020 Cy3 NHS ester, 25 mg A5130 FAM azide, 6- isomer, 1 mg
51020 Cy3 NHS ester, 50 mg B5130 FAM azide, 6- isomer, 5 mg
61020 Cy3 NHS ester, 100 mg C5130 FAM azide, 6- isomer, 10 mg
1B041 Cy3 NHS ester for 2D electrophoresis, 5 nmol D5130 FAM azide, 6- isomer, 25 mg
2B041 Cy3 NHS ester for 2D electrophoresis, 10 nmol E5130 FAM azide, 6- isomer, 50 mg
3B041 Cy3 NHS ester for 2D electrophoresis, 25 nmol 24260 Long trebler phosphoramidite, 250 mg
12030 Cy3.5 azide, 100 uL, 10 mM/DMSO 34260 Long trebler phosphoramidite, 500 mg
32030 Cy3.5 azide, 500 uL, 10 mM/DMSO 44260 Long trebler phosphoramidite, 1 g
42030 Cy3.5 azide, 1 mL, 10 mM/DMSO 30720 Pentynoic acid STP ester, 10 mg
A2030 Cy3.5 azide, 1 mg 40720 Pentynoic acid STP ester, 25 mg
B2030 Cy3.5 azide, 5 mg 50720 Pentynoic acid STP ester, 50 mg
C2030 Cy3.5 azide, 10 mg 60720 Pentynoic acid STP ester, 100 mg
D2030 Cy3.5 azide, 25 mg A4530 PEP azide, 1 mg
E2030 Cy3.5 azide, 50 mg B4530 PEP azide, 5 mg
12020 Cy3.5 NHS ester, 1 mg C4530 PEP azide, 10 mg
22020 Cy3.5 NHS ester, 5 mg D4530 PEP azide, 25 mg
42020 Cy3.5 NHS ester, 25 mg E4530 PEP azide, 50 mg
52020 Cy3.5 NHS ester, 50 mg A5530 Perylene azide, 1 mg
62020 Cy3.5 NHS ester, 100 mg B5530 Perylene azide, 5 mg
A30B0 Cy5 alkyne, 1 mg C5530 Perylene azide, 10 mg
B30B0 Cy5 alkyne, 5 mg D5530 Perylene azide, 25 mg
C30B0 Cy5 alkyne, 10 mg E5530 Perylene azide, 50 mg
D30B0 Cy5 alkyne, 25 mg A1530 Pyrene azide 1, 1 mg
E30B0 Cy5 alkyne, 50 mg B1530 Pyrene azide 1, 5 mg
130C0 Cy5 amine, 1 mg C1530 Pyrene azide 1, 10 mg
230C0 Cy5 amine, 5 mg D1530 Pyrene azide 1, 25 mg
430C0 Cy5 amine, 25 mg E1530 Pyrene azide 1, 50 mg
530C0 Cy5 amine, 50 mg A2530 Pyrene azide 2, 1 mg
630C0 Cy5 amine, 100 mg B2530 Pyrene azide 2, 5 mg
13030 Cy5 azide, 100 uL, 10 mM/DMSO C2530 Pyrene azide 2, 10 mg
33030 Cy5 azide, 500 uL, 10 mM/DMSO D2530 Pyrene azide 2, 25 mg
43030 Cy5 azide, 1 mL, 10 mM/DMSO E2530 Pyrene azide 2, 50 mg
A3030 Cy5 azide, 1 mg A3530 Pyrene azide 3, 1 mg
B3030 Cy5 azide, 5 mg B3530 Pyrene azide 3, 5 mg
C3030 Cy5 azide, 10 mg C3530 Pyrene azide 3, 10 mg
D3030 Cy5 azide, 25 mg D3530 Pyrene azide 3, 25 mg
E3030 Cy5 azide, 50 mg E3530 Pyrene azide 3, 50 mg
130A0 Cy5 Boc-hydrazide, 1 mg 11460 Pyrene phosphoramidite dU, 100 mg
230A0 Cy5 Boc-hydrazide, 5 mg 21460 Pyrene phosphoramidite dU, 250 mg
430A0 Cy5 Boc-hydrazide, 25 mg 41460 Pyrene phosphoramidite dU, 1 g
530A0 Cy5 Boc-hydrazide, 50 mg 14230 R110 azide, 5- isomer, 100 uL, 10 mM/DMSO
630A0 Cy5 Boc-hydrazide, 100 mg 34230 R110 azide, 5- isomer, 500 uL, 10 mM/DMSO
13090 Cy5 carboxylic acid, 1 mg 44230 R110 azide, 5- isomer, 1 mL, 10 mM/DMSO
23090 Cy5 carboxylic acid, 5 mg 15230 R110 azide, 6- isomer, 100 uL, 10 mM/DMSO
43090 Cy5 carboxylic acid, 25 mg 35230 R110 azide, 6- isomer, 500 uL, 10 mM/DMSO
53090 Cy5 carboxylic acid, 50 mg 45230 R110 azide, 6- isomer, 1 mL, 10 mM/DMSO
63090 Cy5 carboxylic acid, 100 mg 11230 ROX azide, 5- isomer, 100 uL, 10 mM/DMSO
13070 Cy5 hydrazide, 1 mg 31230 ROX azide, 5- isomer, 500 uL, 10 mM/DMSO
23070 Cy5 hydrazide, 5 mg 41230 ROX azide, 5- isomer, 1 mL, 10 mM/DMSO
43070 Cy5 hydrazide, 25 mg A1230 ROX azide, 5- isomer, 1 mg
53070 Cy5 hydrazide, 50 mg B1230 ROX azide, 5- isomer, 5 mg
63070 Cy5 hydrazide, 100 mg C1230 ROX azide, 5- isomer, 10 mg
13080 Cy5 maleimide, 1 mg D1230 ROX azide, 5- isomer, 25 mg
23080 Cy5 maleimide, 5 mg E1230 ROX azide, 5- isomer, 50 mg
43080 Cy5 maleimide, 25 mg 12220 ROX NHS ester, pure 6- isomer, 1 mg
53080 Cy5 maleimide, 50 mg 22220 ROX NHS ester, pure 6- isomer, 5 mg
63080 Cy5 maleimide, 100 mg 42220 ROX NHS ester, pure 6- isomer, 25 mg
13020 Cy5 NHS ester, 1 mg 52220 ROX NHS ester, pure 6- isomer, 50 mg
23020 Cy5 NHS ester, 5 mg 62220 ROX NHS ester, pure 6- isomer, 100 mg
43020 Cy5 NHS ester, 25 mg A1330 Sulfo-Cy3 azide, 1 mg
53020 Cy5 NHS ester, 50 mg B1330 Sulfo-Cy3 azide, 5 mg
63020 Cy5 NHS ester, 100 mg C1330 Sulfo-Cy3 azide, 10 mg
1C041 Cy5 NHS ester for 2D electrophoresis, 5 nmol D1330 Sulfo-Cy3 azide, 25 mg
2C041 Cy5 NHS ester for 2D electrophoresis, 10 nmol 11320 Sulfo-Cy3 NHS ester, 1 mg
3C041 Cy5 NHS ester for 2D electrophoresis, 25 nmol 21320 Sulfo-Cy3 NHS ester, 5 mg
14030 Cy5.5 azide, 100 uL, 10 mM/DMSO 41320 Sulfo-Cy3 NHS ester, 25 mg
34030 Cy5.5 azide, 500 uL, 10 mM/DMSO 51320 Sulfo-Cy3 NHS ester, 50 mg
44030 Cy5.5 azide, 1 mL, 10 mM/DMSO 61320 Sulfo-Cy3 NHS ester, 100 mg
A4030 Cy5.5 azide, 1 mg A3330 Sulfo-Cy5 azide, 1 mg
B4030 Cy5.5 azide, 5 mg B3330 Sulfo-Cy5 azide, 5 mg
C4030 Cy5.5 azide, 10 mg C3330 Sulfo-Cy5 azide, 10 mg
D4030 Cy5.5 azide, 25 mg D3330 Sulfo-Cy5 azide, 25 mg
E4030 Cy5.5 azide, 50 mg 13390 Sulfo-Cy5 carboxylic acid, 1 mg
17090 Cy5.5 carboxylic acid, 1 mg 23390 Sulfo-Cy5 carboxylic acid, 5 mg
27090 Cy5.5 carboxylic acid, 5 mg 43390 Sulfo-Cy5 carboxylic acid, 25 mg
47090 Cy5.5 carboxylic acid, 25 mg 53390 Sulfo-Cy5 carboxylic acid, 50 mg
57090 Cy5.5 carboxylic acid, 50 mg 63390 Sulfo-Cy5 carboxylic acid, 100 mg
67090 Cy5.5 carboxylic acid, 100 mg 13320 Sulfo-Cy5 NHS ester, 1 mg
17080 Cy5.5 maleimide, 1 mg 23320 Sulfo-Cy5 NHS ester, 5 mg
27080 Cy5.5 maleimide, 5 mg 43320 Sulfo-Cy5 NHS ester, 25 mg
47080 Cy5.5 maleimide, 25 mg 53320 Sulfo-Cy5 NHS ester, 50 mg
57080 Cy5.5 maleimide, 50 mg 63320 Sulfo-Cy5 NHS ester, 100 mg
67080 Cy5.5 maleimide, 100 mg 15320 Sulfo-Cy7 NHS ester, 1 mg
17020 Cy5.5 NHS ester, 1 mg 25320 Sulfo-Cy7 NHS ester, 5 mg
27020 Cy5.5 NHS ester, 5 mg 45320 Sulfo-Cy7 NHS ester, 25 mg
47020 Cy5.5 NHS ester, 25 mg 55320 Sulfo-Cy7 NHS ester, 50 mg
57020 Cy5.5 NHS ester, 50 mg 65320 Sulfo-Cy7 NHS ester, 100 mg
67020 Cy5.5 NHS ester, 100 mg 41010 SYBR Green I for Real Time PCR, 100x, 1 mL
15030 Cy7 azide, 100 uL, 10 mM/DMSO 51010 SYBR Green I for Real Time PCR, 100x, 1.5 mL
35030 Cy7 azide, 500 uL, 10 mM/DMSO 51010-5 SYBR Green I for Real Time PCR, 100x, 5x1.5 mL
45030 Cy7 azide, 1 mL, 10 mM/DMSO 20010 SYBR Green I Gel Staining Solution, 10000x, 1 mL
A5030 Cy7 azide, 1 mg 17130 TAMRA azide, 5- isomer, 100 uL, 10 mM/DMSO
B5030 Cy7 azide, 5 mg 37130 TAMRA azide, 5- isomer, 500 uL, 10 mM/DMSO
C5030 Cy7 azide, 10 mg 47130 TAMRA azide, 5- isomer, 1 mL, 10 mM/DMSO
D5030 Cy7 azide, 25 mg A7130 TAMRA azide, 5- isomer, 1 mg
E5030 Cy7 azide, 50 mg B7130 TAMRA azide, 5- isomer, 5 mg
15090 Cy7 carboxylic acid, 1 mg C7130 TAMRA azide, 5- isomer, 10 mg
25090 Cy7 carboxylic acid, 5 mg D7130 TAMRA azide, 5- isomer, 25 mg
45090 Cy7 carboxylic acid, 25 mg E7130 TAMRA azide, 5- isomer, 50 mg
55090 Cy7 carboxylic acid, 50 mg    
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2013

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2. Potapova, I.; Eglin, D.; Laschke, M.W.; Bischoff, M.; Richards, R.G.; Moriarty, T.F. Two-step labeling of Staphylococcus aureus with Lysostaphin-Azide and DIBO-Alexa using click chemistry. J. Microbiol. Methods, 2013, 92(1), 90–98. doi: 10.1016/j.mimet.2012.11.004

3. Gluz, E.; Mizrahi, D.M.; Margel, S. Synthesis and characterization of new poly(ethylene glycol)bisphosphonate vinylic monomer and non-fluorescent and NIR-fluorescent bisphosphonate micrometer-sized particles. Polymer, 2013, 54(2), 565-571. doi: 10.1016/j.polymer.2012.11.071

4. Kim, J.; Seo, M.-H.; Lee, S.; Cho, K.; Yang, A.; Woo, K.; Kim, H.-S.; Park, H.-S. Simple and Efficient Strategy for Site-Specific Dual Labeling of Proteins for Single-Molecule Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer Analysis. Anal. Chem., 2013, 85(3), 1468–1474. doi: 10.1021/ac303089v

5. Cao, Zh.; Partyka, K.; McDonald, M.; Brouhard, E.; Hincapie, M.; Brand, R.E.; Hancock, W.S.; Haab, B.B. Modulation of Glycan Detection on Specific Glycoproteins by Lectin Multimerization. Anal. Chem., 2013, 85(3), 1689-1698. doi: 10.1021/ac302826a

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2012

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3. McGouran, J.F.; Kramer, H.B.; Mackeen, M.M; di Gleria, K.; Altun, M.; Kessler, B.M. Fluorescence-based active site probes for profiling deubiquitinating enzymes. Org. Biomol. Chem., 2012, 10, 3379-3383. doi:10.1039/C2OB25258A

4. Fan, H.; Zhang, I.Y.; Chen, X.; Zhang, L.; Wang, H.; da Fonseca, A.C.C.; Manuel, E.R.; Diamond, D.J.; Raubitschek, A.A.; Badie, B. Intracerebral CpG Immunotherapy with Carbon Nanotubes Abrogates Growth of Subcutaneous Melanomas in Mice. Clin. Cancer Res., 2012, 18(20), 5628-5638. doi:10.1158/1078-0432.CCR-12-1911

5. Sparks, J.; Slobodkin, G.; Matar, M.; Congo, R.; Ulkoski, D.; Rea-Ramsey, A.; Pence, C.; Rice, J.; McClure, D.; Polach, K.J.; Brunhoeber, E.; Wilkinson, L.; Wallace, K.; Anwer, K.; Fewell, J.G. Versatile cationic lipids for siRNA delivery. J. Controlled Release, 2012, 158(2), 269–276. doi: 10.1016/j.jconrel.2011.11.006

6. Meimetis, L.G.; Williams, D.E.; Mawji, N.R.; Banuelos, C.A.; Lal, A.A.; Park, J.J.; Tien, A.H.; Fernandez, J.G.; de Voogd, N.J.; Sadar, M.D.; Andersen, R.J. Niphatenones, glycerol ethers from the sponge Niphates digitalis block androgen receptor transcriptional activity in prostate cancer cells: structure elucidation, synthesis, and biological activity. J. Med. Chem., 2012, 55(1), 503-14. doi: 10.1021/jm2014056

7. Kim, W.-J.; Kim, A.; Huh, C.; Park, C.W.; Ah, C.S.; Kim, B.K.; Yang, J.-H.; Chung, K.H.; Choi, Y.H.; Hong, J.; Sung, G.Y. Photo selective protein immobilization using bovine serum albumin. Appl. Surface Sci., 2012, 261, 880–889. doi: 10.1016/j.apsusc.2012.08.111

8. Preus, S.; Wilhelmsson, M. Advances in Quantitative FRET-Based Methods for Studying Nucleic Acids.ChemBioChem, 2012, 13 (14), 1990-2001. doi: 10.1002/cbic.201200400

9. Kim, J.-y.; Shim, G. Choi, H.-w.; Park, J.; Chung, S.W.; Kim, S.; Kim, K.; Kwon, I.C.; Kim, C.-W.; Kim, S.Y.; Yang, V.C.; Oh, Y.-K.; Byun, Y. Tumor vasculature targeting following co-delivery of heparin-taurocholate conjugate and suberoylanilide hydroxamic acid using cationic nanolipoplex. Biomaterials, 2012, 33(17), 4424-4430. doi: 10.1016/j.biomaterials.2012.02.066

10. Adulnirath, A.; Chung, S.W.; Park, J.; Hwang, S.R.; Kim, J.-Y.; Yang, V.C.; Kim, S.Y.; Moon, H.T.; Byun, Y. Cyclic RGDyk-conjugated LMWH-taurocholate derivative as a targeting angiogenesis inhibitor. J. Controlled Release, 2012, 164(1), 8–16. doi:10.1016/j.jconrel.2012.10.001

11. Kovacic, S.; Samii, L.; Woolfson,D.N.; Curmi, P.M.G.; Linke, H.; Forde, N.R.; Blab, G.A. Design and Construction of a One-Dimensional DNA Track for an Artificial Molecular Motor. J. Nanomaterials, 2012. doi:10.1155/2012/109238

12. Molinari, C.E.; Casadio, Y.S.; Hartmann, B.T.; Livk, A.; Bringans, S.; Arthur, P.G.; Hartmann, P.E. Proteome mapping of human skim milk proteins in term and preterm milk. J. Proteome Res., 2012, 11(3), 1696-1714. doi: 10.1021/pr2008797

13. Zolotarskaya, O.Y.; Wagner, A.F.; Beckta, J.M.; Valerie, K.; Wynne, K.J.; Yang, H. Synthesis of Water-Soluble Camptothecin–Polyoxetane Conjugates via Click Chemistry. Mol. Pharmaceutics, 2012, 9(11), 3403–3408. doi: 10.1021/mp3005066

14. Gatzogiannis, E.; Chen, Z.; Wei, L.; Wombacher, R.; Kao, Y.-T.; Yefremov, G.; Cornish, V.W.; Min, W. Mapping protein-specific micro-environments in live cells by fluorescence lifetime imaging of a hybrid genetic-chemical molecular rotor tag. Chem. Commun., 2012, 48, 8694-8696. doi: 10.1039/C2CC33133K

15.Kaastrup, K.; D. Sikes, H.D. Polymerization-based signal amplification under ambient conditions with thirty-five second reaction times. Lab on a Chip, 2012, 12 (20), 4055-4058. doi: 10.1039/C2LC40584A

16. Zhou, K.; Liu, H.; Zhang, S.; Huang, X.; Wang, Y.; Huang, G.; Sumer, B.D.; Gao, J. Multicolored pH-Tunable and Activatable Fluorescence Nanoplatform Responsive to Physiologic pH Stimuli. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2012, 134 (18), 7803-7811, doi: 10.1021/ja300176w

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2011

1. Paredes, E.; Das, S.R. Click chemistry for rapid labeling and ligation of RNA. ChemBioChem, 2011, 12(1), 125-131. doi: 10.1002/cbic.201000466.

2. Song, C.-X.; Sun, Y.; Dai, Q.; Lu, X.-Y., Yu, M.; Yang, C.-G.; He, C. Detection of 5-Hydroxymethylcytosine in DNA by Transferring a Keto-Glucose by Using T4 Phage .beta.-Glucosyltransferase. ChemBioChem, 2011, 12(11), 1682–1685. doi: 10.1002/cbic.201100278

3. Ranasinghe, R.T.; Brown, T. Ultrasensitive fluorescence-based methods for nucleic acid detection: towards amplification-free genetic analysis. Chem. Commun., 2011, 47, 3717–3735. doi: 10.1039/c0cc04215c

4. Song, C.-X.; Yu, M.; He, C. Detection of 5-hydroxymethylcytosine in a combined glycosylation restriction analysis (CGRA) using restriction enzyme Taq.alpha.I. BMCL, 2011, 21(17), 5075–5077. doi:10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.03.118

5. Kim, J.-y.; Shim, G.; Choi, H.-w.; Park, J.; Chung, S.W.; Kim, S.; Kim, K.; Kwon, I.C.; Kim, C.-W.; Kim, S.Y.; Yang, V.C.;e Oh, Y.-K.; Byun, Y. Tumor vasculature targeting following co-delivery of heparin-taurocholate conjugate and suberoylanilide hydroxamic acid using cationic nanolipoplex. Biomaterials, 2012, 33(17), 4424-4430. doi: 10.1016/j.biomaterials.2012.02.066

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8. Multifunctional Silica Particles as Contrast Agents for Optical and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Multifunktionale Silica-Partikel als Kontrastmittel fur Optische Bildgebung und Magnetresonanztomographie), Ph.D. thesis, 2011, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany

2010

1. Ranall, M.V.; Gabrielli, B.G.; Gonda, T.J. Adaptation and validation of DNA synthesis detection by fluorescent dye derivatization for high-throughput screening. Biotechniques, 2010, 48(5), 379-386. doi:10.2144/000113410.

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